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How to Install a Gas Furnace Thermal Coupler?

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Locate the shut off valve on the gas line which goes to the furnace and shut it off. Locate the thermal coupler on the furnace. Look at where the pilot light is and trace the wire that sets in the flame of the pilot back to the gas control valve.
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Dan, I don't what type furnace you have? Older furnaces have a standing pilot light (There is a pilot flame that is burning constantly). Newer furnaces have an electronic ignition
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Thermo coupler is held in place with a clamp bracket at the pilot end and a small brass line nut on the other end going into the gas valve.The pilot flame must surround the sensing
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If no major duct work involved, the price range is about $1,500 ~ $2,000 for basic models. If you want high efficiency and variable speed, it can easily cost you up to $3,000. Be
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